Some exciting programming announcements for That Dandy Classic Music Hour at the upcoming Nashville Rock N’ Pod Expo on August 26th
On our latest episode, Belly ‘King’ we opened the show announcing our participation in the upcoming Rock N’ Pod Expo here in …
Due to weather and computer issues we here at Dandy Classic have to reach into the archives to release a show this week. In our defense, it’s a pretty good one. If you’ve never heard it before ‘You’re welcome’. If you have, then listen to it out of slavish obligation.
Part Two of the Jazz Summit! We’re taking on an entire genre in two short hours! Well, we do appreciate, if not like, a challenge.
Listen as we discuss No Code by Pearl Jam, bust Randy’s chops on ‘early adopting’, and hear Dan’s take from an outsider’s perspective. No matter how you feel about the band, the album or even Dandy Classic, this episode is guaranteed to make you ‘Smile’ ;).
Come join Dan and Randy as their big mouths strike again on “The Queen is Dead” by The Smiths, and its lasting impact in the world of indie and British music.
Featuring the thunderous vocal stylings of Chris Cornell, the guitar wizardry of Kim Thayill and the accomplished drumming of Matt Cameron the group took a huge leap forward artistically and commercially with the excellent “Badmotorfinger”.
Join us as we discuss, and then count down, our favorite songs about sex.
The time has come to finally acquiesce to a time when rock n’ roll dinosaurs roamed the earth and talk about the monolithic Led Zeppelin 2.
Continued from Part One: How Dr. Dre’s ‘The Chronic’ holds up today.